Wednesday, September 21, 2011

WDCC Queen and Mirror Figurines, 2005

In January of 2005, the Walt Disney Classics Collection released the Evil Queen figurine entitled Who is the Fairest One of All? Created by sculptor Kent Melton, it measures 9 1/4" high. The crown and cape brooch are painted with reflective gold paint. The bottom production mark is the bumble bee. This time-limited edition was only available for purchase during the one year. Retail: $150 (USD).

Item Number: 1235048



Queen with Magic Mirror (sold separately). Images copyright Disney via Duckman's WDCC.

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The Magic Mirror figurine, What Wouldst Thou Know, My Queen?, was released as a Spring Premiere Event Sculpture, March 18-20, 2005. Sculpted by artist David Pacheco, the ceramic piece stands 11 1/2" tall and is encircled by the zodiacal signs as seen in the original film. The mirror is framed in metal with glass jewels, and a 3D hologram displays the face of the "slave" within.

It was a numbered limited edition of 5000. Retailed for $150 (USD).

Item Number: 1235045


3D Hologram Detail. Image courtesy of My Magical Collection. Used with permission.

Bottom Detail. Image courtesy of Disney Pixar Fanatics. Used with permission.

5 comments:

  1. VERY nice! What a great expression on the Queen's face....right out of the movie!

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  2. Wow! That is absolutely incredible. As TokyoMagic said, that face really is straight from the movie. Figurines do not usually translate the expressions so well!

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  3. Beautiful! The detail is outstanding!

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